Motley Brews’ Downtown Brew Festival Celebrates Fifth Anniversary Under the Stars with Craft Beer, Local Chefs and Live Music Oct. 22

June 29, 2016 by  

Motley Brews’ Downtown Brew Festival Celebrates Fifth Anniversary Under the Stars with Craft Beer, Local Chefs and Live Music Oct. 22
Tickets are now on sale for Las Vegas’ largest fall craft beer event, Downtown Brew Festival (DBF), hosted by Motley Brews, starting at $35. 

Craft beer enthusiasts will travel from near and far to take part in the fifth anniversary of DBF while enjoying an evening beneath the Las Vegas sky with great brews and delicious fare at the Clark County Amphitheater on Saturday, Oct. 22 from 5 to 9 p.m., with doors opening at 4 p.m. for VIP and Early Entry ticket holders.

Motley Brews offers three tiers of ticketing for attendees, including:

  • General Admission: $35* and up
  • Early Entry: $45* and up
  • VIP Pavilion: $70* and up

*Fees/taxes apply. Ticket pricing will change closer to the event date. Above ticket prices will be available until Friday, Sept.16.

Once again, Motley Brews’ Downtown Brew Festival continues to refine the craft brew experience for more than 4,000 craft beer fans during the city’s most anticipated fall craft beer festival. Expanding on the traditional craft beer festival, guests will have the opportunity to further explore the versatility of craft beer flavors through amazing dishes created by local chefs and restaurants featured in the Restaurant Row. In addition, beer lovers will have the opportunity to sample over 200 local, regional, and international brews from more than 60 breweries lining the rings of the grassy amphitheater.

“We’re proud that Downtown Brew Festival has become a fixture on the Las Vegas fall event calendar” said Lee Flint, Production Director at Motley Brews. “This year’s fifth anniversary celebration has grown with more craft brews, an elevated VIP experience, incredible dining options and live entertainment throughout the night. There is no event like it in the craft beer world.”

As a follow-up to the sold-out Great Vegas Festival of Beer, which attracted more than 6,000 attendees in record rainfall to downtown Las Vegas this past April, the Downtown Brew Festival offers a more intimate affair, translating to fewer lines, a smaller crowd and more beer to go around. Motley Brews will continue to create the festival’s signature nighttime “backyard” bash aesthetic with a scenic backdrop of downtown Las Vegas and crystal lights illuminating the Clark County Amphitheater.

Setting the mood for the evening, live bands and performers will add to the energy of the night with nonstop entertainment while standing front-and-center on the Land Rover Stage. The festival’s full culinary, entertainment and craft beer lineup will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

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